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Detox Kitchen's Spring Equitox 2019

After the huge success of our Spring Equitox package last year, it’s back by popular demand for 2019. Four weeks of delicious, healthy Detox Kitchen food, and gifts to the value of £270, will leave you feeling empowered and re-energised. Specifically designed around the four pillars of ‘Mind’, ‘Body’, ‘Physical Environment’ and ‘Digital Environment’, our Spring Equitox is the ultimate spring clean.

Rob Hobson Ask-Me-Anything Edition 1

Our nutritionist Rob Hobson will be answering your most pressing nutrition-related questions each month. This month Rob covers how to avoid bloating (in particular on a plant-based diet), how much fat we should be consuming each day and the best vegan protein powders.

How much fat should I eat per day? Rob Hobson AMA

Our nutritionist Rob Hobson will be answering your most pressing nutrition-related questions each month. We'll host the Q&A on Instagram each month and then include Rob's answers in our newsletter! Your question this week was: How much fat should I eat per day?

I have a soy allergy. What's the next best plant-based protein? Rob Hobson AMA

Our nutritionist Rob Hobson will be answering your most pressing nutrition-related questions each month. We'll host the Q&A on Instagram each month and then include Rob's answers in our newsletter! Your question this week was: I have a soy allergy. What's the next best plant-based protein? And can you recommend any protein powders?

How do I avoid bloating? Rob Hobson AMA

Our nutritionist Rob Hobson will be answering your most pressing nutrition-related questions each month. We'll host the Q&A on Instagram each month and then include Rob's answers in our newsletter! Your question this week was: What are the best foods to prevent bloating? In particular, how do I avoid bloating on a plant-based diet?

Ingredient Spotlight: Oats

Our nutritionist Rob Hobson takes a deep dive into oats. Oats are a staple in our kitchen, whether it's for a big warming bowl of porridge or zesty, fresh bircher muesli. Rob not only looks at the nutritional benefits of oats, but also how opting for oat milk over dairy milk is more beneficial for the planet.

  Flatbreads topped with spinach and egg

This is our take on a florentine pizza. Instead of the traditional pizza base we use flatbreads made from chickpea (gram) flour, which is coarser than normal flour and has a distinct nutty flavour that tastes, unsurprisingly, a lot like chickpeas. The bright green topping is made from spinach and butter beans, with a baked egg to finish.

Nutrition & productivity in the workplace

A good diet nourishes the body and supplies it with the essential nutrients required to function properly whilst also optimising energy levels. When you don’t give your body what it needs, overall wellbeing begins to suffer, energy levels are compromised, and this can all impact on how productive you are across the day. Rob Hobson explains what we should be consuming to boost our productivity and outlines a day on a plate for optimum efficiency.

Turkey Meatball Chilli Recipe

This dish is the perfect dinner option to support your natural sleep cycle, as it combines tryptophan-rich turkey with carbohydrates (brown rice or quinoa), which can help with the production of melatonin.

The Pre-Wedding Detox Plan

The unhealthy pressure some brides put on themselves to look a certain way on their big day will do anything but make them feel amazing. Thankfully, there are sustainable, and enjoyable, changes you can make to your lifestyle that will make you feel less stressed, more energised and lighter on your big day, with glowing hair and skin.

Gluten-Free Pancakes with Spiced Syrup and Blueberries

This super simple and speedy pancake recipe will have jaws dropping when you bring them piled high to the table. Using fresh spices in the homemade syrup really brings the dish to life, and flaked almonds and blueberries sprinkled on top make for a very beautiful dish.

Sugar Swaps

We believe that reducing your intake of refined sugar can make a big improvement on your health. The Telegraph asked us for our top five sugar swaps and here’s what we suggested.

Wild mushroom and truffle Spaghetti

Is there a more iconic love scene than when Lady & the Tramp’s stars align over a shared plate of spaghetti? In homage to our favourite love scene, here's a recipe for a deliciously unapologetic, silky pot of wild mushroom and truffle oil spaghetti to cook your loved one this Valentine's Day. Bon appétit.

The Best Beetroot Burgers

This quick and easy burger recipe is perfect for a mid-week supper - you can prep them in advance and keep them in the fridge to have at the ready as soon as you get home from work. The beetroot gives these burgers a deliciously deep and rich depth of flavour which will leave you feeling completely satisfied.

Roasted Golden and Red Beets with Black Rice and Tahini

Beetroot is one of my favourite root vegetables with so much to offer in terms of flavour and colour – and most importantly, it’s in season right now. Its deep red hue, slightly earthy flavour and winning nutritional content make it a star ingredient for bright, fresh salads.

The best Brussels Sprout salad

Gone are the days of soggy brussels sprouts, the sprout is having a resurgence and this recipe is a celebration of all that these lovely little cabbages have to offer.

Hot Mulled Apple Juice

This hot mulled apple juice recipe will have you feeling festive in no time. Boldly spiced with cinnamon, cardamon, cloves and orange, gently simmered in fresh apple juice, this will warm your cockles from the inside out.

Porridge with pumpkin and salted caramel

The pumpkin sauce in this recipe is like a subtly sweet compote, and it’s a great addition to your breakfast. With its smooth texture, it is delicious stirred into a bowl of hot porridge, along with some salted date caramel.

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